Dhyan Chakshu is a simple and natural way to treat vision-related problems. Dhyan Chakshu is designed according to the ‘Ayurvedic Tratak principle’ which trains and strengthens eye muscles. By limiting the peripheral vision, Dhyan Chakshu trains the eye muscles, improves blood supply, and increases the degree of accommodation. Daily use of at least 30 minutes helps in improving the clarity of vision, naturally. Jiva Dhyan Chakshu does not have a prescription lens in it, which makes it perfect for everybody. Professionals who work on computer screens, or use mobile screens for long periods of time benefit from the added advantage of protection against glare and screen fatigue
Dhyan Chakshu is very easy to use. All you have to do is wear it every day as you go about your daily routine, like reading, writing, exercising, using the computer, or watching TV. Ideally, you should use the glasses for at least 30 minutes a day, uninterrupted. However, it’s recommended that you start off with whatever duration is comfortable for you and increase the time gradually. With regular use, you will be able to see a noticeable improvement in vision in 5-6 weeks.
Contraindications: Do not wear Dhyan Chakshu for any activity that needs you to use peripheral vision, like driving, walking on the street or working with machines, tools and other kinds of equipment.
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